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Everyone knows Stack Exchange is the best (that's why you are reading this).

Let's say that I want Stack Exchange website to be always the first in my Google search results whenever I search for something, how can I do this?

  • First, this question is is dire need of expansion. Please add background on what /exactly/ you are try to do, why, and a well phrased example if possible. Second, this is called Search Engine Optimization (SEO). – Michelfrancis Bustillos Mar 8 '16 at 14:03
  • I'm sure you know you can do "site:stackexchange.com" to filter results, but I don't know a way of prioritizing by site. – barrycarter Mar 8 '16 at 15:00
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  • Make yourself a Google Search Engine.
  • Put StackExchange (or whatever) into the Sites list.
  • Beside Sites to Search, choose "Search the entire web but emphasis included sites".

Then run your searches from this.

You may like to embed it into a blog post or website page somewhere to make it easier to get to.

  • Hi, thanks for your prompt reply. Unfortunately it wasn't the method that I preferred. But +1 for your help! – taneka zenon hans Mar 9 '16 at 13:54
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I decided to use search parameter by url instead like so:

google.com/search?q=hello+world+as_sitesearch=stackexchange.com

And just link it to the omnibox search engine parameter.

I know it isn't the actual answer to my question but it solved my problem.

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